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Update from Kids at Hope

Dear Fellow Treasure Hunters, friends and supporters,

Like the rest of the world our lives have been shaken to their core.

Although we successfully completed our Mini Masters in Manitowoc County, WI last week with over 200 participants representing 27 counties, it was abundantly clear that we need to postpone all other Kids at Hope sponsored or hosted trainings and events scheduled, including our Mini Masters in Pasco, WA this week, a two day train the trainer in the Verde Valley Region of AZ also this week and our upcoming 15th Annual MASTERS Institute scheduled for May 3-8. Our goal is to reschedule all those critical experiences. We are tentatively looking at September, October, and November for most of these activities.

We know each of you also are faced with equal difficulties. We are resilient as are you and of course we represent HOPE.

If you are currently registered for any of our events, institutes, workshops, or classes and have paid a registration fee we are respectfully asking you to allow us to manage our way through these challenges with the recognition we will reschedule these important activities. We will hold your registration in trust in anticipation of successfully regrouping so we can move forward. We, of course, will issue a refund if the previous option is not satisfactory to you. As best we can we are encouraging our Kids at Hope family to stick together during this difficult time. Together we have created a movement.

WE are HOPE.

Let me know if have any questions, thoughts or concerns.

Take good care, be vigilant and of course keep your seat belt fastened as we are still traveling forward at the Speed of HOPE.

Your friends at Kids at Hope,

Rick Miller
Wally Endicott
John Parsi
Terry Rosch
Kim Heredia
Kenna Hough
Bambi Sigg
Wendy Larsen

Testimonials

…while there are no simple answers regarding how a school develops a culture of academic optimism and high expectations for all students, the Kids at Hope belief system provided remarkable strategies that effectively motivated the entire school community to create optimism and channel behavior toward the accomplishment of high academic goals.
Dr. Mark ParrishDoctoral Degree Program Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL